Month: December 2020

Many of us in the U.S. were forced to celebrate Thanksgiving from afar this year, isolated from friends and family. Unfortunately, that same sense of isolation is felt by millions every day. For years we have been supporting Best Buddies International, the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the social, physical, and economic isolation experienced
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It’s almost like watching a movie. Imagine you’re a strong-willed, financially responsible, physically active, emotionally balanced person who wakes up in clean, white bed sheets in a cosy apartment somewhere in the city and goes for morning runs and travels and eats good food and the occasional doughnut without feeling bad and spends their days
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“Standing up for yourself doesn’t make you argumentative. Sharing your feelings doesn’t make you overly sensitive. And saying no doesn’t make you uncaring or selfish. If someone won’t respect your feelings, needs, and boundaries, the problem isn’t you; it’s them.” ~Lori Deschene In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, the main character Atticus Finch says,
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The 2021 Oscars will not be a virtual event and will be organized traditionally as an “in-person telecast,” according to a report from industry publication Variety. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences moved the 73rd Academy Awards ceremony to April 25, 2021, so that theatres could potentially open again in the spring, which
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Takeaway: To take a coffee nap: drink a cup of coffee and then immediately nap for 20-25 minutes (depending on how quickly you fall asleep). You’ll wake with a boost from both the nap and the coffee—and the effects of caffeine are actually stronger after a coffee nap. Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes, 47s. Now
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We’re human. We feel things deeply and we feel them often. We have feelings about everything and anything. We’re able to feel fear, pain, happiness, joy, and everything in between. It’s important that we feel through those in-betweens. Take those moments as they come and feel them passionately. I get it. It’s hard for girls
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